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Old 04-19-2016, 07:22 AM
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First off thanks for the add this is my current setup but will be changing soon this is my setup
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Alpine cda9831
Polk audio around
Soundstream rub 501
Kicker solo s10d
Future install
Alpine cda9815
Polk interiors
Ppi frx456
Ppi pc450
Ppi pc2150
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Old 04-19-2016, 04:50 PM
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Nice, Welcome to the forum.

Just a little tip here, caps help with nothing when it involves a stereo system. It has been proven, if you have any issues involving that, big 3 wiring upgrade, battery and alternator.

Just a couple helpful tips Take care!
 
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No issues and caps help regulate the voltage spikes btw
 
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Old 04-22-2016, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by bsmooth1027 View Post
No issues and caps help regulate the voltage spikes btw
Voltage spikes are not what a cap is used for (if they actually worked)
Caps are used for voltage drops, they are there to give a quick discharge of volts to make up for a voltage loss.
But with how little they actually store and how quickly that is discharged, they are completely pointless.

That is why they are not recommended.

If you have no issues in your electrical system, there is no need for your cap and it really at this point is just an accessory.
 
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Give this a read with an open mind to the maths.

https://blazerforum.com/forum/audio-...pacitor-26541/
 
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